Photographer's Note

A typical block built Swedish house being errected in Borlänge on a winter day with a big sky. The three rusty horisontals are the safety railing of the scaffold needed for the errection. The outer walls are delivered in sections together with roof trusses and roof in just three truckloads. The house is errected and weatherproof in just one workday.

And to be honest, this is not just any house. This picture also explains why I have so little time for TE this winter. Some friendly guys are building this house for us and we have to make one or two decisions along the way. Takes some time even if we don´t do any real work.

And the title? Paradise (Paradiset) is the name of this part of town. Probably the name of a farm once upon a time but now it has been urban landscape for 40 years, we were lucky to find one last landlot that had been left over. Just 10 minutes walk from the office!

And as a landowner in Paradise I don´t have to be too nice anymore ;-)

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Additional Photos by Ebbe Rozel (Ebbe) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2539 W: 732 N: 1910] (9625)
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